One of Donald Trump’s first actions as President was to fire US Attorney Preet Bharara. The move was met with widespread condemnation. Bharara had become a hero in New York City after prosecuting a number of the city’s worst financial cheats.
The story of the Trump family began in New York City. Fred Trump, the family patriarch owned thousands of properties all over Queens and Brooklyn.
While son Donald claims he was a self made man, he actually inherited his father’s real estate empire. He then proceeded to build hideous properties all over the city.
Long before he ever became President of the United States, Donald Trump worked in real estate. He didn’t build an empire so much as he inherited an empire from his father, Fred.
And while Trump has built and maintained properties all around the world, New York City has always been his main target. New York, though, is also a fickle market place. And the city is now punished Trump for his abuses while in office.
The 2020 Democratic primary introduced a number of voters to candidates they may not have known before. Pete Buttigieg went from being an Indiana mayor to an essential surrogate for Joe Biden. Marianne Williamson went viral, but not necessarily for the best reasons.
At one point, Megyn Kelly was Fox News shining star. She was paid well and had huge ratings. She decided to leave Fox, however, to host her own show on NBC News.
That decision turned out to be an unmitigated disaster. Kelly failed to connect to viewers outside the Fox audience. And she was cancelled after making offensive comments about Halloween costumes that included blackface.
Andrew Cuomo slammed Donald Trump for a memo aimed at defunding New York and other Democrat-led cities on Wednesday. The Governor said the President was no longer welcome in his hometown.
Cuomo, a Democrat, told reporters that Trump’s memo on cutting federal funds to “anarchist jurisdictions” was unenforceable and an unnecessary attack on the city.
Donald Trump has called Black Lives Matter a “symbol of hate.” The President took to Twitter to attack New York City and Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday.
“NYC is cutting Police $’s by ONE BILLION DOLLARS, and yet the NYC Mayor is going to paint a big, expensive, yellow Black Lives Matter sign on Fifth Avenue, denigrating this luxury Avenue,” Trump wrote.
Amazon’s second headquarters — called HQ2 — will be in Northern Virginia’s Crystal City and in New York City, The Washington Post reported last night.
The company is expected to announce today that it is splitting its additional HQ location that will create up to 50,000 jobs, between the two East Coast major cities.
If Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation continues to unfold the way it currently is, the "lock him up" chants could become a reality.
It's clear where the political energy is in this country right now, and it's not with Donald Trump.
Americans are reminding Donald Trump that they will not rest until the truth comes out about his administration's ties to Russia.
It has cost New York City $35 million to protect Trump since the election and Florida residents are stuck with bills for Thanksgiving and the Holidays
Donald Trump was booed as he arrived at his polling place, a New York City school, P.S. 59 around 11 a.m this morning
Stephen Colbert announced that he plans to fulfill every existing grant request made by SC public school teachers on DonorsChoose.org.
After claiming that President Obama doesn't love America at a dinner Wednesday night, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani told the New York Times Thursday that his comments cannot be deemed racist because the President was raised and taught by white people.
During a dinner Wednesday night, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani told a group of prominent Republicans that he believes that President Obama does not love America and "he wasn't brought up the way you were brought up."
Mike Huckabee complains about "trashy" women, but his insistence on trashing women, is the real problem that needs to be addressed.
While French law enforcement was engaged in standoffs with the terrorists responsible for the Charlie Hebdo attack, ultimately killing three of them, Fox News decided to push the canard that Muslims leaders around the world have remained silent on the attacks and have not expressed any condemnation or outrage.
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Thursday, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani used the terrorist attack on a French newspaper to insist that the United States needs to have a police presence inside all Muslim places of worship.
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Wednesday morning, retired US Air Force general and current Fox News contributor Tom McInerney claimed "political correctness" caused the terror attack on the Charlie Hebdo headquarters in France and New York City's "communist mayor" would set the stage for another one in the United States.